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Dog Areas in Hilton Head Island

14 Parks
3 Trails
10 Shops
58 Eateries
12 Groomers

Hilton Head Island in South Carolina is the dream vacation for any beach goer. With 66 square miles of land, the island is a popular beach destination during the summer, and can get up to 4 times its average population in the seasonal months. Summertime is always fun for the dog residents of Hilton Head, but this island-town offers activities year-round for man's best friend.

The dream spot for Fido would be the Best Friend's Dog Park. Your pup will have plenty of room to run around, whether he chooses the separate large or small area. Each section is fenced in, is double-gated, and has water fountains, clean-up bags and lots of tennis balls. Humans even have access to a picnic area and benches. It will be impawssible not to love it!

Although, if you're not a fan of much socialization, Hilton Head understands. There are even more open parks around, like Chaplin Community Park. This park is the largest in Hilton Head, with paved trails going throughout the park and open green spaces that offer a quiet getaway for just you and your pup. Fido is welcome, but must stay on a leash.

Did I mention Hilton Head Island also have seven veterinarians? With all the summer beaches and winter trails, Fido will love this small island town!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hilton Head Island

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 765/sq mi

    #1 Folly Field


    The Folly Field neighborhood is a pawtastic option when it comes to the beach. Burkes Beach is one of the longest beaches on the island, and has more to offer than just sand and water. At the parking lot, there are trash bins and clean-up stations for Fido. Alder Lane Beach Access is also dog-friendly, and your pup is welcome to run around off leash here, as long as he is under voice command at all times. Both beaches are summertime destinations, meaning Fido is only allowed before 10 am and after 5 pm in the on season months of April through September, and anytime in the offseason months.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 692/sq mi

    #2 Sea Pines


    If you and your pup are up for adventures, you both will love the Sea Pines neighborhood. This community offers the Sea Pines Forest Preserve, a dog-friendly preserve with nature trails and boardwalks through the swamps lands, deep forests and rice fields, all with gorgeous lakefront views. Fido must remain on a leash at all times while in the park, but has access to water fountains and trash bins in the parking lot. If you're looking for a unique activity to take Fido on, the Vagabond Cruise is a dog-friendly touring company that allows all dogs to come along on their dolphin tours. While on the boat, Fido must remain on leash and you should bring water and clean-up bags.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 862/sq mi

    #3 Wexford

    This neighborhood is home to the downtown area of Hilton Head. Although acting as the Muttropolitan area of the island, you won't be too hard-pressed to find a dog-friendly park. Compass Rose Park is that dog-friendly park and provides dog-lovers with the chance to get out, enjoy the paved trails or play on the grassy areas of the park. There are trash bins, benches and clean-up station at the south end of the park. Along the east end of the neighborhood is the Tail Wiggles, a dog-friendly shop that sells dog food and accessories. Dogs are welcome inside the store where they can try some of the naturally made dog-treats or get some water after a fun time running around at the park.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 872/sq mi

    #4 Spanish Wells

    The Spanish Wells neighborhood is a residential area filled to the brink with communities and busy people. Nestled into this area is a dog-friendly park known as Jarvis Creek Park. The wooded park has access to open fields, a fitness trail, access to fishing from the creek and gorgeous views of the pond. The park is dog-friendly, and Fido is even welcome on the seashore to go fishing. Amenities at the park include benches, water fountains, trash bins, benches and a picnic area. Your dog must remain on leash while in the park. Afterwards, head over to the Frosty Frog Cafe, with outdoor dog-friendly seating, complimentary water and gourmet sandwiches.
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    Population Density 660/sq mi

    #5 Shelter Cove

    Shelter Cove is a southern neighborhood with access to the Shelter Cove Community Park. The park lies on the Harbor River, and features large grassy areas and paved paths that offer scenic views of the water. Leashed dogs are welcome to play in the open fields or enjoy a quiet walk along the paths. The park also has benches and trash bins. Once you're done playing, you'll have plenty of options to get something to eat, like at The French Bakery where you can get a sweet treat, or the Jane Bistro & Bar where you can enjoy a warm sandwich. Both restaurants have dog-friendly outdoor seating for Fido.
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